In SunPower, Toshiba finds a foreign supplier to allow it to muscle into the Japanese solar market

Last Friday, Toshiba announced that it will sell into the Japanese residential solar market this April by rebranding imported SunPower modules. Toshiba will source modules from SunPower's Philippines plant and sell complete systems with power components, supplied by Omron on an OEM basis, through va...

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